MTU has been cooperating with Pratt & Whitney Canada since 1985 on the PW300 engine family for medium-sized business jets. The company’s share in the PW305 and PW306 is 25 percent, and in the PW307 it is 15 percent.

PW300 family engines are two-shaft turbofan engines. MTU contributes the development and production of the complete three-stage low-pressure turbine including the exit case and the mixer. Engines of this family power various business and regional jets.




  • Two-shaft turbofan-engine
  • Single-stage fan with large airfoil height
  • Five-stage compressor: four axial stages, one radial stage (all of the blisks)
  • Variable inlet guide vanes
  • Two-stage high-pressure turbine with cooled single-crystal blades
  • Three-stage low-pressure turbine
  • Modular design
  • Digital control unit (FADEC)
  • On-condition maintenance

Development and production

  • Engine testing
  • Low-pressure turbine

MTU share

  • PW305, PW306: 25 %
  • PW307: 15 %


  • Repair and overhaul at MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg


  • Pratt & Whitney Canada

Technical Data

Max. thrust (takeoff)6,400 lbf
Bypass ratio4.24:1
Pressure ratio20.58:1
Length86 in
Fan diameter32 in
Weight1,241 lbs


  • Dassault Falcon 7X
  • Dassault Falcon 8X
  • Bombardier Learjet 60
  • Hawker Beechcraft 1000
  • Gulfstream G200
  • Fairchild Dornier 328Jet
  • Cessna Citation Sovereign
  • Cessna Citation Sovereign+
  • Cessna Citation Latitude